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Articles for product: Microsoft Windows NT 4.0

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104011 How to propagate environment variables to the system
131105 SAMPLE: TYPEBLD: How to Use ICreateTypeLib & ICreateTypeInfo
163637 INFO: Availability of Current Build of Microsoft VM
169803 INFO: Historical List of Shipping Vehicles for Microsoft VM
173260 Synchronization failure when debugging
180548 How to validate user credentials on Microsoft operating systems
183366 INFO: WNetAddConnection2 and Multiple User Credentials
185292 SetUserObjectSecurity returns ERROR_NOT_ENOUGH_QUOTA
216973 PRB: "Errors Occurred" upon Accessing Index Server 2.0 via RDS
224993 How to Prevent Web Sites From Obtaining Access to the Contents of Your Windows Clipboard
226494 Events for Performance Monitor extensions
232613 A description of Distributed File System scalability in Windows Server 2003, Windows 2000, and Windows NT 4.0
232831 INFO: Use the Merant 3.5 ODBC Driver to Work in Production Environments with IIS and MTS
245515 BUG: "Need a Newer Version of HHCTRL.OCX" Error Message When You View Help Files
279760 FIX: MDAC 2.6 SQLOLEDB Provider Running on Windows 2000 Returns No Error Text Description
285321 PRB: MDAC Installation Fails When Registering OCX
289280 BUG: Oracle ODBC Connectivity Slow with MDAC 2.5/2.6 on Windows 95/98/NT
294291 "Open in New Window" Restriction Does Not Work in History Pane When in Kiosk Mode
301518 BUG: WriteText Method Fails If You Set the charset Property of the ADO Stream Object to ASCII
305027 Summary of "piling on" scenarios in Active Directory domains
305676 PRB: Memory Leak When MDAC Is Running on Windows NT 4.0
306508 PRB: ODBC User DSNs Not Visible on Terminal Server
306986 You receive an "An Internal Error has occurred” or a “Setup cannot create the folder” when you install Office XP
318825 Changes to the behavior of the default discretionary access control list (DACL) for administrators on a Windows XP-based system
321779 Setting the plug and play BIOS option (PNP OS) in CMOS Setup
325355 You cannot access Word documents by using Outlook Web Access on a server that is running SharePoint Portal Server
326842 FIX: MDAC Installation Fails with Error 0x80070057 When Registry is at Size Limit
331367 PRB: Cannot Decrypt Data Using Data Encryption Standard (DES) Key Across Windows Platforms
812774 BUG: Changes to the Windows NT Group Membership Are Not Reflected Immediately in the SQL Server IS_MEMBER Function
815332 Support WebCast: Microsoft Windows Server 2003: Upgrading Windows NT 4.0 Domains to Windows Server 2003
817144 "Thank you for your interest in Windows Update" message when you connect to the Windows Update Web site
818898 Character spacing of Japanese characters is incorrect when you use a full-width space in an HTML element with the letter-spacing attribute
820914 Support WebCast: Using the NetBIOS Browsing Console to Troubleshoot NetBIOS Browsing
821814 You Receive a "Page Cannot Be Displayed" Error Message When You Post to a Site That Requires Authentication
824196 Description of the License Logging Service in Windows Server operating systems
824198 "The Credentials Supplied Conflict with an Existing Set of Credentials" Error Message When a Windows NT 4.0 User Logs On to a Windows Server 2003 Domain
825684 The "Security Zones: Use Only Machine" Group Policy Setting Does Not Apply to Privacy (Cookie) Settings
827482 The Explanation About the Current Commands Performance Counter Contains Incorrect Information
832823 You receive an "Access Violation (0xC0000005 exception)" error in Internet Explorer 6.0
841001 Event IDs 560 and 562 appear many times in the security event log
843484 You receive a "CS:EIP = 000Fh:00001373h" error message when you run an MS-DOS-based program in Windows
870544 Unexpected behavior when you access files on a recordable CD or DVD
870623 How Windows-based clients resolve NetBIOS names by using WINS servers